Music in Offices hires Stand Agency to promote ‘Revolutionising the Boardroom’ campaign

Music in Offices (MIO), an organisation that looks to inspire businesses to engage with creativity through office choirs and music-led workshops, has chosen Stand Agency to promote its ‘Revolutionising the Boardroom’ campaign.

Music in Offices says that it offers “musical solutions to common business problems”, with clients spanning the finance, media, law and retail sectors.

Tomorrow (10 March), office choirs will compete to be named ‘Office Choir of the Year’. Finalists from MEC, Linklaters, Deloitte and The Telegraph will battle it out at an event taking place in the heart of the City.

On 10 March, finalists will battle it out to be named Office Choir of the Year.

Tessa Marchington, MD at Music in Offices, said: “Stand is a great agency. We’ve appreciated the team’s personal approach and creative input to our #MIOBoardroomRevolution campaign.”

Laura Oliphant, MD at Stand Agency, added: “We’re passionate about employee wellbeing and encourage creativity across Stand Agency so Music in Offices is a perfect fit. We have employees who sing in choirs, perform in musicals and lead instrument tuition, so we truly engage in Music in Office’s ethos in and out of work.

“Breaking corporate boundaries and expectations gives individuals the chance to express themselves, and we believe music is a fantastic way to do this.”

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